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Bringing back another old gimmick.

1 Jaguars
2 Steelers
3 Giants 
4 Bucs
5 Redskins
Notes: The Panthers. The Vikings and the Falcons could easily be included.

Fixed. Thanks DFG.

Last edited on Mon Oct 7th, 2013 05:53 pm by clawmaster

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Uhhh, where are the Jags?...

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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote:
Uhhh, where are the Jags?...
Not sure Jax is considered an NFL team.
If Jeff Tuel starts for the Bills I would put them in the bottom.
five too

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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: Uhhh, where are the Jags?...
I knew I missed somebody.

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Benlen wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote:
Uhhh, where are the Jags?...
Not sure Jax is considered an NFL team.
If Jeff Tuel starts for the Bills I would put them in the bottom.
five too

I don't think he will.  Last I heard, Thigpen was starting for them but that they were trying to sign Pat White.

Sucks for them as Manuel has been fun to watch develop so far and has given them hope.


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DaNkinator wrote: Benlen wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote:
Uhhh, where are the Jags?...
Not sure Jax is considered an NFL team.
If Jeff Tuel starts for the Bills I would put them in the bottom.
five too

I don't think he will.  Last I heard, Thigpen was starting for them but that they were trying to sign Pat White.

Sucks for them as Manuel has been fun to watch develop so far and has given them hope.



Pat White is in Oakland today trying out.

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Benlen wrote: DaNkinator wrote: Benlen wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote:
Uhhh, where are the Jags?...
Not sure Jax is considered an NFL team.
If Jeff Tuel starts for the Bills I would put them in the bottom.
five too

I don't think he will.  Last I heard, Thigpen was starting for them but that they were trying to sign Pat White.

Sucks for them as Manuel has been fun to watch develop so far and has given them hope.



Pat White is in Oakland today trying out.

Just read the Bills named their starter for next week.  Thad Lewis. Who??

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The Eagles should be in there also.

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clawmaster wrote:
Bringing back another old gimmick.

1 Jaguars
2 Steelers
3 Giants 
4 Bucs
5 Redskins
Notes: The Panthers. The Vikings and the Falcons could easily be included.

Fixed. Thanks DFG.


1. Jags
2. Giants
3. Bucs
4. Steelers
5. Vikings

Skins aren't that bad.

I'm actually going against my better judgement (and over 20 years of fantasy playing) and picking up a 3rd QB this week to simply play against the Giants (Cutler). I like that matchup much better than Russell Wilson against Tennessee, who does have a good D. The 2013 Giants are the worst Giants team I've seen in over 30 years. I have to go back to 1983 to think of a Giants team this bad. However, the thing about that 1983 team was that there was the formation of a lot of young talent, which I don't see on this team. We're fucked.

Edit-now that I think of it, they might be the worst team in 30 years period through 5 games. I'd like to see the stats.

Last edited on Tue Oct 8th, 2013 12:10 am by HBF

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Benlen wrote: Benlen wrote: DaNkinator wrote: Benlen wrote: dogfacedgremlin34 wrote:
Uhhh, where are the Jags?...
Not sure Jax is considered an NFL team.
If Jeff Tuel starts for the Bills I would put them in the bottom.
five too

I don't think he will.  Last I heard, Thigpen was starting for them but that they were trying to sign Pat White.

Sucks for them as Manuel has been fun to watch develop so far and has given them hope.



Pat White is in Oakland today trying out.

Just read the Bills named their starter for next week.  Thad Lewis. Who??

I remember him, he played in that final game last year against the Steelers.  He wasn't awful, I do remember him having a touchdown and a couple of good drives in the first half.

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HBF wrote: clawmaster wrote:
Bringing back another old gimmick.

1 Jaguars
2 Steelers
3 Giants 
4 Bucs
5 Redskins
Notes: The Panthers. The Vikings and the Falcons could easily be included.

Fixed. Thanks DFG.


1. Jags
2. Giants
3. Bucs
4. Steelers
5. Vikings

Skins aren't that bad.

I'm actually going against my better judgement (and over 20 years of fantasy playing) and picking up a 3rd QB this week to simply play against the Giants (Cutler). I like that matchup much better than Russell Wilson against Tennessee, who does have a good D. The 2013 Giants are the worst Giants team I've seen in over 30 years. I have to go back to 1983 to think of a Giants team this bad. However, the thing about that 1983 team was that there was the formation of a lot of young talent, which I don't see on this team. We're fucked.

Edit-now that I think of it, they might be the worst team in 30 years period through 5 games. I'd like to see the stats.

I considered picking Da Bears as my survivor pick against the Giants but I went with another option. I don't trust the Bears even as bad as The Giants are.

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1. Jaguars

2. Giants

3. Steelers

4. Vikings

5. Panthers

 

Panthers are every bit that bad

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NCJames wrote:
1. Jaguars

2. Giants

3. Steelers

4. Vikings

5. Panthers

 

Panthers are every bit that bad


Agreed. Putting 6 points up against the Cardinals after having two weeks to prepare is an indictment against the organization.

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NCJames wrote: 1. Jaguars

2. Giants

3. Steelers

4. Vikings

5. Panthers

 

Panthers are every bit that bad

I believe Freeman will bring some life back to the Vikes.  Give him 2-3 weeks and I'll bet there will be a glimpse of sunshine in the Great White North.   

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The Falcons belong on this list right now.

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1. Jacksonville

2. NY Giants

3. Tampa Bay

4. Carolina

5. Pittsburgh

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1 - Jaguars :  No offense.  No defense, and the last I'd read, they still have hope for Blaine Gabbert to be their franchise QB

2 - Giants : In the words of Cleveland Brown, they are jus' tarrble.  They're only hope now is for the Innernet folk to get together and bitch that Coughlin needs fired so they'll turn this around.

3 - Bills - I have a friend whom is a season ticket holder for them, though he lives in Ohio.  At the beginning of every season, I ask whom he thinks the Bills are going to take with the 3rd overall pick. 

I'm digging Manuel as much as everyone, however and I hope that they start getting this building under control.

4 - Falcons : Injuries are the reason I add them.  Yeah, they'll get Jackson and White back to 100% hopefully soon and we know that Gonzalez is the greatest player to be eligible for AARP, but I think these are hitting them too frequently at the worst possible time.

5 : Steelers : I can't even explain what's going here.  And if you stop and think about  it, the O-line is actually the only part that is injury plagued, for the most part.

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Hymie Itsu wrote: 1 - Jaguars :  No offense.  No defense, and the last I'd read, they still have hope for Blaine Gabbert to be their franchise QB

2 - Giants : In the words of Cleveland Brown, they are jus' tarrble.  They're only hope now is for the Innernet folk to get together and bitch that Coughlin needs fired so they'll turn this around.

3 - Bills - I have a friend whom is a season ticket holder for them, though he lives in Ohio.  At the beginning of every season, I ask whom he thinks the Bills are going to take with the 3rd overall pick. 

I'm digging Manuel as much as everyone, however and I hope that they start getting this building under control.

4 - Falcons : Injuries are the reason I add them.  Yeah, they'll get Jackson and White back to 100% hopefully soon and we know that Gonzalez is the greatest player to be eligible for AARP, but I think these are hitting them too frequently at the worst possible time.

5 : Steelers : I can't even explain what's going here.  And if you stop and think about  it, the O-line is actually the only part that is injury plagued, for the most part.


I don't think the Bills should be in the top 5, much less at #3.  They were playing really well before Manuel's injury.  For now though, I suppose you're right as their shot of winning isn't very high.

But they may get Byrd back this week and a few others as well. 

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DaNkinator wrote:

I don't think the Bills should be in the top 5, much less at #3.  They were playing really well before Manuel's injury.  For now though, I suppose you're right as their shot of winning isn't very high.

But they may get Byrd back this week and a few others as well. 

The main reason I feel this way is that Buffalo has NO QBs.   I mean, it's ok to put faith in a decent rookie but to have backup one step above having to run a contest or a reality show to have someone with the clipboard?  Commme on, maaan.

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Vikings moving up in this poll for certain.

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Hymie Itsu wrote: DaNkinator wrote:

I don't think the Bills should be in the top 5, much less at #3.  They were playing really well before Manuel's injury.  For now though, I suppose you're right as their shot of winning isn't very high.

But they may get Byrd back this week and a few others as well. 

The main reason I feel this way is that Buffalo has NO QBs.   I mean, it's ok to put faith in a decent rookie but to have backup one step above having to run a contest or a reality show to have someone with the clipboard?  Commme on, maaan.

Lewis showed up in that game though.  2 TD's, and 216 yds passing.  One of those TD's on the ground.  He took it to the Bengals.

Good for him, but yeah...I get what you're saying.

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DaNkinator wrote:

Lewis showed up in that game though.  2 TD's, and 216 yds passing.  One of those TD's on the ground.  He took it to the Bengals.

Good for him, but yeah...I get what you're saying.


Thad Lewis is a good QB..he freaking kicked ass at Duke at QB, that's should tell you a lot lol. He was a good pickup for them, if he can stay healthy he could be their guy IMO..

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If anyone included my Texans in a Bottom 5 list right now, I wouldn't be mad in the least.

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cheapseats wrote: If anyone included my Texans in a Bottom 5 list right now, I wouldn't be mad in the least
KC gets them at home this week. I had that pencilled in as a sure loss for the Chiefs at the start of the season. That thankfully has shifted lately.

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1 Jax
2 NY Giants
3 Tampa Bay
4 Vikings
5 Steelers

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1 Jacksonville
2 Tampa Bay
3 Minnesota
4 NY Giants
5 Texans

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clawmaster wrote:
1 Jacksonville
2 Tampa Bay
3 Minnesota
4 NY Giants
5 Texans


I cannot argue with this list, but there are a few close contenders. St Louis is about to shit the bed big-time, along with Cleveland. What a race to Clowney!

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HBF wrote: clawmaster wrote:
1 Jacksonville
2 Tampa Bay
3 Minnesota
4 NY Giants
5 Texans


I cannot argue with this list, but there are a few close contenders. St Louis is about to shit the bed big-time, along with Cleveland. What a race to Clowney!


I think Tampa Bay will get Clowney. Jacksonville needs a QB.

Jacksonville is so shitty they haven't scored a TD at home all season.

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1 Jax
2 Texans
3 Vikings
4 Falcons
5 Bucs

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clawmaster wrote: 1 Jax
2 Texans
3 Vikings
4 Falcons
5 Bucs

As much as I can't stand Schiano, I don't think the Bucs belong on that list this week.  They've put up 63 points in the past 2 weeks, with only one turnover.  Yes, they've allowed 47 points.  But that's an improvement on the offensive side of the ball and pretty impressive.

As of today, I'd replace the Bucs with the Redskins.  They look inept and unable to adapt to anything. 

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DaNkinator wrote: clawmaster wrote: 1 Jax
2 Texans
3 Vikings
4 Falcons
5 Bucs

As much as I can't stand Schiano, I don't think the Bucs belong on that list this week.  They've put up 63 points in the past 2 weeks, with only one turnover.  Yes, they've allowed 47 points.  But that's an improvement on the offensive side of the ball and pretty impressive.

As of today, I'd replace the Bucs with the Redskins.  They look inept and unable to adapt to anything. 

Good point.

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1. Texans
2. Bucs
3. Jags
4. Falcons
5. Redskins/Packers (without Rodgers)

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I actually think the Jets are right there with the Jags and Texans



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